The 3rd annual ‘Zombie Fest’ crawled into – and took over – the Normandy Park Towne Center on Saturday, Sept. 27, with hordes of brain-eating humans having a blast. This year’s theme – aside from lots of fun and eating brainz – was to raise Awareness about Disaster Preparedness, provide visibility for local businesses and raise money for the Highline Schools Foundation Excel Grant program, the Highline Food Bank, the Des Moines Food Bank and the Friends of Normandy Park Foundation, a new 501 c3 that will raise funds and plan events to boost awareness about Normandy Park as a great place to live and work. Scott Schaefer survived the event, and took these photos (click images to see larger versions/slideshow): P1020932 P1020998 P1020995 P1020959 P1030056 P1030047 P1030039 P1030022 P1020984 P1020980 P1020972 P1020966 P1020935 P1020953 P1020948 P1030060 For more information, visit or]]>

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3 replies on “PHOTOS: Scenes from Normandy Park's 3rd annual 'Zombie Fest'”

  1. I don’t find this fun or entertaining at all, since Ebola will likely come to Seattle via our next door neighbor, Seatac Airport.

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